Daniel Day Lewis: Oscar winner"s brother says I wish Daniel would end our 19-year feud

Brother of Oscar-winner Daniel Day-Lewis says he wishes the star would end their 19-year feud… which started over a bookSean Day-Lewis, 81, 'fell out with his brother over unauthorised biography' Mr Day-Lewis is half brother of the star, from his father's first marriageHe said he longs for a reconciliation with his younger brother By Chris Hastings PUBLISHED: 15:11 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:15 GMT, 3 March 2013 Sean Day-Lewis, 81, reportedly fell out with his famous brother over a 'misunderstanding' about a biography of the actor – pictured with his Oscar The estranged brother of Daniel Day-Lewis has revealed he is desperate to end their 19-year feud sparked by an unofficial biography of the actor. Sean Day-Lewis says that the Lincoln star – who last week made history as the first man to win three Best Actor Oscars – cut him off in 1994 and that the pair have not spoken since

Daniel Day Lewis: "F****** get a life" Last words spoken by Oscar-winning actor to half-brother 19 years ago

'F****** get a life': Last words spoken by Daniel Day-Lewis to half-brother 19 years ago when they fell out over book Sean Day-Lewis, 81, 'fell out with his brother over unauthorised biography' Mr Day-Lewis is half brother of the star, from his father's first marriageHe said he longs for a reconciliation with his younger brother By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 15:11 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 19:45 GMT, 2 March 2013 Sean Day-Lewis, 81, reportedly fell out with his famous brother over a 'misunderstanding' about a biography of the actor – pictured with his Oscar Oscar winning actor Daniel Day-Lewis's older brother has spoken about the 19 year old feud between him and his sibling. Sean Day-Lewis, 81, reportedly fell out with his famous brother over a 'misunderstanding' about a biography of the actor – who recently won an Oscar for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln

Clegg turns up to watch as Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to Europe for transforming "continent of war to one of peace"

Europe is awarded Nobel Peace Prize for transforming 'continent of war to one of peace' (but Clegg has to represent Britain as Cameron has stayed at home) All but six Prime Ministers of Europe turn up to see Peace Price awarded to the EUBut David Cameron stays home, leaving Clegg to represent the UK Committee congratulates EU for leading 'global quest for peace' | UPDATED: 17:15 GMT, 10 December 2012 The European Union's three presidents collected the Nobel Peace Prize today in recognition of six decades of work promoting 'peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights'. Prime Minister David Cameron stayed away – one of six EU leaders who decided not to attend. Instead, deputy Nick Clegg got his own day of peace, attending alone to represent the UK in the splendour of the Nobel Institute in Oslo.

Clegg gets the Nobel Peace Prize! Deputy PM to help collect award when it is awarded to the EU

Clegg gets the Nobel Peace Prize! Deputy PM to help collect award when it is awarded to the EU | UPDATED: 22:09 GMT, 4 December 2012 Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will fly to Oslo on Monday to represent Britain at the Nobel ceremony Nick Clegg will pay homage to the European Union next week as he helps collect the Nobel Peace Prize controversially awarded to the institution. The Deputy Prime Minister will fly to Oslo on Monday to represent Britain at the Nobel ceremony, after David Cameron made it clear he was not willing to attend.